New Minecraft EULA Exclusions Created To Clarify The Monetization
Minecraft users can create their own servers. This has been an incredibly sharp sword with two edges. It is a low-res, bloated sword, but it is sharp on both sides. The servers let players do almost anything they like which is fantastic. However, sometimes, players violate the rules of the EULA and could put Mojang in serious trouble.
"Some privately run Minecraft servers do charge for in-game items like extra xp, or access to specific game modes. minecraft servers In an article on the blog, Markus "Notch", Minecraft creator, explained that these servers may charge quite an amount. "I don't know how many emails we've received from parents asking for their hundred dollars back their child has paid for an item on a server that we have no control over."
To help protect from such accusations in the future, Mojang has created new rules for the monetization of. The rules have been explained on the Mojang website, but what it boils down to is fewer restrictions on making and selling in-game products and other goods that are monetized. Make sure you communicate with your customers that Mojang is not involved in the sale of items that impact on gameplay, and that you don't charge real money for in-game currency. minecraft servers
Oh, and one more thing, a request straight from Persson: "Herobrine is not real, please stop asking." minecraft servers [Image: Mojang]